Home Study Courses for Mental Health Professionals

Arianne Struik - Clinical Psychologist

Used to plan trauma-focused treatment for the child, support the parents and caregivers as well as to guide decision-making by child protection services around disclosures, safety, contact arrangements with biological parents, contact between foster parents and biological parents, and reunification.

Intended Audience:  Mental health professionals who work with children & their family (private practitioners/clinicians, child protection workers, residential staff or foster care workers)

Treating Chronically Traumatized Children:

The Sleeping Dogs Method

$299.99 + GST

 13 Hrs  |  CEUs 

Arianne Struik - Clinical Psychologist

Topics Covered: Can we do EMDR online with chronically traumatized clients? How to instruct our clients, how do we keep clients in their window of tolerance? What to do if clients have an abreaction. How can we adapt core interventions? How can we prevent/ regulate dissociation online? Can we do EMDR with preverbal trauma? 

Intended Audience: EMDR therapists who have completed EMDR basic training.

Your Presenter: Arianne Struik is a clinical psychologist and accredited as an EMDR Consultant with EMDR-Europe, EMDR-NZ and EMDRAA.

Troubleshooting When Using EMDR Online

$39.00 + GST

 2 Hrs  |  CEUs 

Deb Dana, LCSW

Adding a polyvagal perspective to clinical practice draws the autonomic nervous system directly into the work of therapy, helping clients re-pattern their nervous systems, build capacities for regulation, and create autonomic pathways of safety and connection. 

Learn how to bring the power of Polyvagal Theory directly into clinical work with practices designed to reliably help clients re-shape their systems and re-write the stories that are carried in their autonomic pathways.

Intended Audience:  Open to Mental Health Practitioners

The Polyvagal Theory in Practice:

Helping Reshape Client's Autonomic Nervous Systems

$79.00 + GST

 4 Hrs  | 4 CEUs 

Kathy Steele, MN CS

Practical integration of cognitive, emotional, somatic, and relational interventions to resolve chronic shame will be discussed. We will also explore specific “antidotes” to shame, as well as ways to help clients (and therapists) develop resilience to shame reactions. Most importantly, we will examine how to be with shame - our own and our clients – with curiosity and compassion, finding ways to create a safe relational space in which to deeply attune with and help repair chronic shame.

Intended Audience:  Open to Mental Health Practitioners

Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame in Complex Trauma and Dissociation

$79.00 + GST

 4 Hrs  | 4 CEUs 

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